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Anyone have this problem of model 3 rear side lights having condensation inside them, I know someone said it should go away after 15m but think that was a fob off from Tesla
Worth checking if this happens to your rear lights
I raised the issue of condensation in rear (M3) light units with Service Centre yesterday.
I was told that unless at least 50% of the light unit was covered in condensation an hour after driving Tesla would not consider it to be a faulty light unit and therefore would not be replaced.
Had my car booked in to fix the condensation in the rear lights. I made the appointment over a month ago but today received a text from Tesla to say it was within limits. Or words to that effect.
I'm dissatisfied tbh. It's not bad but it's both lights and has been there constantly pretty much such I got the car 2 months ago. I was hoping/assuming they would've quibble and just sort it. Anyone else had this ?